A Splash of Orange – Seville in February

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Written by Jane Critchley (A Runner-up entry in the Travel for Seniors Writing Competition.) Ok, what are we talking about here? For me, travel for seniors conjures up amazing places, plenty of walking to see those places, cafés and bars …

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Dortmund Short Break – Two Botanic Gardens and a Football Stadium

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Dortmund does not immediately spring to mind as a short break destination. The largest city in the Ruhr industrial area lacks an attractive Altstadt (old town) and has no river passing through it, both major tourist features in many German cities like Frankfurt and Nurnberg. But when I tell …

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Short Break in the Lion City, Singapore

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STE’s Holiday Editor, Tony Taylor, reports on his experiences on a three day short break in Singapore. Since my last visit to Singapore over ten years ago, there has been much reclamation of land from the sea, which has allowed …

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Peru Ancient and Modern – Touring with Saga Holidays

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Written by Maddie Grigg (A Runner-up entry in the Travel for Seniors Writing Competition.) Miraflores, the upmarket district of Lima, and the city is beginning to beat. It’s cooler now, after the humidity of the day. The constant fog that …

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Travel for Seniors – Not What it Used to Be?

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Written by Julie Watson (A Runner-up entry in the Travel for Seniors Writing Competition.) I’ve been addicted to travelling since my early twenties. The more I did the more I needed to do. The truth is I have measured out …

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Unveiling Burma – Saga Holidays Myanmar Tour Revisited

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STE’s Holiday Editor, Tony Taylor, reports on his experiences on a 14 day Saga Holidays tour of Myanmar. Guest author, Charles Askew, reported on a similar tour two years previously; this article provides a different viewpoint. We were collected from …

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